• Others 25.07.2007

    A certain rumor says–some believe,
    Which finally rots their soul.
    It spreads through a church village
    like a subcrawlin’ dirty mole.

    sample only
    Back to Others

    Buy/Read Full Poem Below:

    [pay]
    A certain rumor says–some believe,
    which finally rots their soul.
    It spreads through a church village
    like a subcrawlin’ dirty mole.

    There is a contagious group incharge:
    a self-appointed gossip team.
    Each member joins with an attitude,
    to see what the master means.

    A vigilantee status generates an echo,
    to keep it outrageously smooth.
    Suspicion motives this chatter group,
    ’cause there is nothing to prove.

    This group has no committee purpose,
    except to sullen a victum’s vote.
    Sneaky eyes…spy on the social count,
    to sway a popular election pole.

    A prime target is assigned his behavior,
    –anything to rattle his dances.
    Comments are interjected–in this step,
    which ruins his normal chances.

    This gossip committee is far too clever,
    to drop down a level in class.
    Members advocate…weaving together,
    to aim for a kick-in-the-ass.

    Subtlety selects an effective technique,
    so…employed by this committee.
    Their ruin-motto will–best a good man;
    “oh well, he deserves the pity.”
    [/pay]

    Posted by Lee Mahana @ 6:13 PM

    Tags: , ,

  • Leave a Reply

    This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.